Planted Tank Enthusiast
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Maple Grove, MN
stop surface disturbance during the day and check for leaks.. use a soap/water mix and spray down your tank, hoses, etc., looking for CO2 leak.
4 bps is too much. I have never heard of anyone needing more than 3, and most get by with less, like 1 or 2 bps. Also consider building a CO2 reactor, it will dissolve CO2 better than your ladder. Others like a venturi reactor to blow Co2 bubbles around the tank.
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FILSTAR Advocate #39
Member, Minnesota Aquarium Society
29 Gal. - 100% Eco-Complete/2x65W CF/CO2/Filstar XP2/RedSea500/KH:3/GH:5/pH:< 5.5/EI Dosing/WWC 50%